Stories about Harvey Milk Club

Tom’s Town: Where is Sup. Christensen on AIDS funding?

 By Tom Temprano APRIL 10, 2015 -- April 8 marked the 25th anniversary of the death of Ryan White, the teenager whose battle with AIDS dramatically changed...

Tom’s Town: Why were top SF officials so quiet on the police brutality issue?

By Tom Temprano DECEMBER 5, 2014 -- It has been difficult, if not impossible, to focus on anything in the news besides the utterly demoralizing...

It’s Election Day. Vote. Here’s who’s endorsing whom

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 4, 2014 – Please, go and vote. If you haven’t already cast your ballot, take a few minutes, find your local precinct,...

Ted Gullicksen, tenant organizer, dead at 61

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 14, 2014 -- The day just gets worse. I spent much of the afternoon taking press calls and talking about the tragedy...

Tom’s Town: My Bay Marriage weekend

By Tom Temprano Last weekend I took a much-needed vacation to a place with warm weather, great food and friendly locals – Oakland! For those...

Politics on Tuesday: The Milk Club, the soda tax — and the myth that the Campos campaign is “broke”

By Tim Redmond AUGUST 26, 2014 – The big fuss of the week, to the surprise of the leaders of the Harvey Milk Club, is...

Tom’s Town: The city, ten years back

By Tom Temprano Last week I celebrated the ten-year anniversary of my moving to San Francisco. A decade ago, at 18 years old, I enrolled...

Tom’s Town: What’s up with the Democratic Party?

By Tom Temprano It’s been more than a month since my last Tom’s Town, and needless to say we have quite a bit to catch...

Tom’s Town: Harvey Milk’s tenant legacy

By Tom Temprano JULY 11, 2014 -- City Hall received a blast from the past on Thursday when the Anti-Speculation Tax, which is already on...

Tom’s Town, Pride Edition: The struggles past, present, and future

By Tom Temprano Everywhere you go in San Francisco, Pride is in the air. From the Castro bars overcrowded with queers visiting from around the...